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Home >Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, Nov. 4, 2008
[MLS REF WATCH] For the MLS referees in the quarterfinal, first legs, the bottom line read: One red card, certainly justified; the same for two disallowed goals; and no penalty kicks. Neither of those figures would be reassuring if officials had ignored a savage off-the-ball incident meriting an ejection, or ... Read the whole story
[ENGLAND] Brad Friedel and Aston Villa went down, 2-0, to Newcastle United in English Premier League action Monday. Read the whole story
[OFF THE POST] Theo Walcott, the 19-year-old Arsenal striker who has scored three goals in six England appearances, is supporting a DVD campaign encouraging mothers to breastfeed their babies. Walcott, whose mother is a midwife, said she's "always telling me that one of the reasons I'm such a good footballer ... Read the whole story
Group play at the inaugural Under-17 Women's World Cup concludes Wednesday in New Zealand. The USA needs at least a tie against France in Auckland to clinch a berth in the semifinals. For all the results and schedules ... Read the whole story
UEFA Champions League continues with Day 4 of group play. Eleven of the 16 games will be available on cable. The big games are Roma-Chelsea and Liverpool-Atletico Madrid on Tuesday and Real Madrid-Juventus on Wednesday. For all the games on television ... Read the whole story
MLS playoffs continue on Thursday. For the complete TV schedule of MLS quarterfinal, second-leg games. ... Read the whole story


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"David Beckham has been a class act with us from Day 1, and I've got no regrets of any kind on that commitment that we've made. But do I understand that that commitment is not going to work and will not be deemed a success if at the end of the day we have another year like the last two? I get it. And so does David." -- Tim Leiweke, the CEO of the Anschutz Entertainment Group, which owns the Galaxy, in an article by Sports Illustrated's Grant Wahl, who reports that David Beckham has an out clause in his ...More


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